My fairly new reinforced waders started leaking a few weeks back. It's a small leak, in 6 hours of wading, the back of my left leg might be soaked 1 foot on either side of the back of my left knee. I turned the waders inside-out and filled them w/ water...no dice. Shoved a bright flashlight up the left leg to see if there was an pinhole...no luck. So, I just pasted two long rows of ducktape over the overlapping seams where I think the leak is occuring. This might be a good temporary fix, but did I just screw myself by doing that? My concern is that I might have to remove the ducktape residue in order to apply a more permanent fix (that is, if I can find the leak).